Our e-learning courses are designed to cover every step, process, and issue that needs to be understood in order to conduct high quality research. Every course is written to be globally applicable, so for all diseases and all regions. They are also highly pragmatic and adaptable. Each course is carefully researched to provide up to date and high quality material that is peer reviewed and regularly reviewed and updated.

The Global Health Training Centre provides two types of course; Short Courses consisting of a single module ranging from 30 to 120 minutes to complete, and Modular Courses consisting of several linked modules covering a wide range of topics on a particular subject. A certificate is issued once a minimum of 80% is achieved in the quiz sections for each course.

                  

The e-learning courses originate from resources that researchers have shared with us; many researchers teach face-to-face courses, and these can easily be converted into e-Learning courses to further disseminate the knowledge and skills taught on each course. All source material, authors and reviewers are fully acknowledged. If you have any material which you feel would make a good e-Learning course, or any resouces that you feel would benefit other researchers and which you are willing to share, please do not hesitate to contact us. We will continue to extend this list of courses so please tell us if you need to learn about something that you do not see listed here. Please also get in touch if you currently teach a course that we have not listed: training@theglobalhealthnetwork.org